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Shelton was home to one of the largest arson fires in U.S. history. In 1975, the Sponge Rubber Products plant (formerly owned by B.F. Goodrich) was set on fire. Charles Moeller, president of the parent company, was acquitted on arson charges, but in a civil lawsuit, a jury in 1988 ruled the insurer did not have to pay claims on the fire. Eight others were convicted or pleaded guilty.

Population: 39559
Local Newspapers: The News-Times
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Local Colleges: Southern Connecticut State University

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Shelton News
GOP candidates for governor spread their message

Shelton Mayor Mark Lauretti joined other Republican leaders and lawmakers in front on Stratford Town Hall to call for an override of Gov. MalloyA's recent veto of the state budget, in Stratford, Conn. Oct. 10, 2017.

Christmas At The Governor's Mansion

This year, for the seventh and last time, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy trimmed, shaped and decorated the six Christmas trees for the governor's residence in Hartford 's West End. Malloy, who will not seek re-election, said this is the last year he will bedeck the 19-room home with six trees and a blizzard of Yuletide ornamentation.

Shelton woman charged with DUI

A sergeant on patrol around 9:30 p.m. saw a car on Kings Highway East, near Bed, Bath & Beyond, repeatedly drive forward a few inches and then reverse. When Barbara Ciancio, of Kyles Way, was stopped, police said her speech was slurred and there was an odor of alcohol.

Big Y announces plans to open a Derby store

Shoppers look for clearance deals Friday, July 29, 2016 on the Derby Walmart's last day open to customers. The plaza will be home to a Big Y grocery store in 2019.

Shelton Chef Found Guilty Of Manslaughter In Road-Rage Death On Route 8/25

A jury Thursday found a chef from Shelton guilty of second-degree manslaughter in the stabbing death of a Bridgeport man during a road rage dispute nearly three years ago, according to the Connecticut Post. But Tony Espiinal, 39, was found not guilty of murder in the death of Bryant Kelly, 27, in a confrontation on the Route 8/25 Connector at 11:30 p.m. Dec. 18, 2014, the Post said.

Shelton panel lays groundwork for new school budget

Shelton's new superintendent, Christopher Clouet, who will take over at the first of the year, in Shelton, Conn. Oct. 8th, 2015.

Propane Heater Blamed For Fatal Fire In Shelton Mobile Home

A portable propane heater is the likely cause of a fire in a Shelton mobile home that left an elderly man dead on Friday, according to the Valley Independent Sentinel. Before completing the investigation, the fire marshal is awaiting a ruling from the medical examiner on the cause of death of 75-year-old Richard Kowalsky, the Valley Independent Sentinel said.

Shelton police: Waterbury man hit by car has died

Shelton police said a Waterbury man has died after being stuck by a car in the area of 350 Bridgeport Avenue on December 5, 2017. Shelton police said a Waterbury man has died after being stuck by a car in the area of 350 Bridgeport Avenue on December 5, 2017.

27-Year-Old Pedestrian Hit, Killed By Car In Shelton

A 27-year-old male pedestrian from Waterbury was struck by a car and killed after a multi-vehicle crash in Shelton on Tuesday evening, according to NBC Connecticut.

75-year-old man killed in Connecticut mobile home blaze

Published 2:09 pm, Sunday, December 3, 2017 SHELTON, Conn. - Connecticut authorities say a fire that broke out at a mobile home has left a 75-year-old man dead.

Stratford man charged with burglaries in Shelton

Police on Sunday arrested Mark Lindsey, 47, of Stratford, charging him with three counts of burglary in the third degree, criminal mischief, criminal attempt at larceny and larceny in the fifth degree. The arrest stems from a joint investigation with Stratford, Fairfield, Trumbull and Shelton police departments.

Victim identified in deadly Shelton house fire

According to the New Haven Register, police said 75-year-old Richard Kowalsky died in the fire on Friday night. It broke out at Fairchild Heights mobile home community on Hemlock Drive, near Bridgeport Avenue .

Victim Found Dead Inside Mobile Home After Fire In Shelton

An unidentified person was found dead after a fire destroyed a mobile home in Shelton early Friday evening, according to the Valley Independent Sentinel. The fully involved fire was reported at 5:50 p.m. in the Fairchild Heights mobile home park off Bridgeport Avenue, the Valley Independent Sentinel said.

Person found dead in Shelton mobile home after fire

Local and state fire officials investigate a fatal fire at the Fairchild Heights Trailer Park off of Bridgeport Avenue in Shelton, Conn., on Friday Dec. 1, 2017. Local and state fire officials investigate a fatal fire at the Fairchild Heights Trailer Park off of Bridgeport Avenue in Shelton, Conn., on Friday Dec. 1, 2017.

Parking meter appeals to resume

The city has found someone to fill what is currently one of the toughest jobs in government, thanks to the new automated parking meters installed downtown. Matthew McCarthy, a lifelong resident, has been chosen by Mayor Joe Ganim to be the city's hearing officer for parking violations.

One dead in Shelton mobile home after fire

Assistant Chief Nick Verdicchio of the Shelton Fire Department said firefighters were dispatched around 6:50 p.m. to a fire of a home in the Fairchild Heights mobile home park off Bridgeport Avenue. "Upon arrival, crews found a fully-involved working structure fire," Verdicchio said.

Families hunt for the perfect Christmas tree at Maple Row Farm in...

Mike Gregor carries the tree his family has chosen at Maple Row Farm in Easton, Conn., on Saturday Nov. 25, 2017. Families started to come out this weekend for the hunt for the perfect Christmas tree.

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